Print Bookmark

Notes


Matches 11,051 to 11,100 of 11,740

      «Prev «1 ... 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 ... 235» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
11051 The Age Melbourne Friday 5th August 1892; MOWAT- Gillespie - On the 6th July, at the residence of the bride's parents, Tynong, Gippsland, by the Rev. D. MacDarmund, Presbyterian, Andrew, youngest son of Peter Mowat, Poorneat - Hesse to Margaret (Maggie), fourth daughter of John Gillespie, farmer Tynong.
 
Mowat, Andrew (I40699)
 
11052 The Age Melbourne Friday 6th March 1891; Linklater.- In affectionate remembrance of our dear father, William Linklater, who died on the 6th
March, 1890; also our dear mother, Mary Linklater, who died on the 18th February, 1889. Though cast down, we're not forsaken, Though afflicted, not alone, Thou did'st give and Thou has taken. Blessed Lord, Thy will be done. Inserted by their sorrowing children.
Wm Linklater, Birth Year: abt 1826, Age: 64, Death Place: Brunswick, Victoria,Father's name: Thos, Mother's name: Jane Slater
Registration Year: 1890, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 735
 
Linklater, William (I41142)
 
11053 The Age Melbourne Monday 10th August 1903 A CHILD BURNT TO DEATH. MILDURA, Sunday.
A girl, four years old, daughter of E. F. Groat, wood cutter, of Cowana Bend, eight miles below Mildura, died in the Mildura Hospital yesterday from the effects of her clothes catching fire on the previous night in the absence of her parents. Her father on returning from work found her clothes on fire, and in putting them out sustained severe burns on both hands, one of which is so seriously injured that he may lose the use of it.
The Mildura Cultivator Sat. 15th August 1903 : On Friday of last week a shocking burning accident occurred near Cowana Bend, and resulted some fourteen hours later in the death of a four-year old child in the Mildura District Hospital. The child was Ruby Edith Groat, the daughter of Mr W. T. Groat (usually known as Munro, a wood-carter) and was the grand-daughter of Mrs J. Nichols, of the Victoria Boarding-house, Mildura, and the niece of Mr. R. E. Nichols and Mesdames Ransom, Pike and James. It seems that the mother and other children had journeyed to Wentworth. leaving little Ruby home with her father, of whom she was particularly fond. At knock off time, he lit a fire, then pro ceeded to the river to get a bucket of water, and it was during his absence that the mishap occurred. Startled by the child's screams, he rushed back to find her In flames, which he could not extinguish until the child had been severely burned. She was promptly brought to the Mildura Hospital, where she died of her injuries and the shock on Saturday morning. Mr Groat, who was severely burnt about the hands and arms while extinguishing the fire, was also attended for his injuries at the hospital. The remains of the little child were interred in the cemetery at Wentworth wherein a few months ago another of the family had been buried.
 
Groat, Ruby Edith (I44644)
 
11054 The Age Melbourne Monday 26th July 1948; BEWS.- On July 24. at 151 Cowper-St., Footscray, Richard Moor Bews, late of Stromness, Orkney Islands, Scotland, colonist of 60 years; aged 81 years. The long day closes. Remains at? Nelson Bros.
Richo Moor Bews, Birth Year: abt 1867, Age: 81, Death Place: Footscray, Victoria, Father's name: John Bews, Mother's name: Maggie Flett
Registration Year: 1948, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 8594
 
Bews, Richard Moar (I21708)
 
11055 The Age Melbourne Monday 27th October 1890
MULGRAVE-20 a. Trust Land, cheap, high, well timbered. David Begg, Black Flats.
Camperdown Chronicle (Vic) Thursday 9 December 1897; DEATH OF A SHIRE COUNCILLOR. Councillor David Begg, president of Mulgrave Shire, died on Sunday, after a prolonged illness. The deceased gentleman, who was one of the oldest councillors and residents in the district, was 67 years of age at the time of his death, the cause of which was cancer.
David Begg Birth Year: abt 1830 Age: 67 Death Place: Oleigh, Victoria Father's name: Begg Jno Mother's name: Jane Irvine
Registration Year: 1897 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 14205
 
Begg, David (I22006)
 
11056 The Age Melbourne Sat. 15th October 1887; BURLISON - LNKLATER On tho 29th September, at the residence of the brlde's brother (D. Linklater,
Kringlafola House, Rathdown-street, North Carlton, by the Rev. Wm. Allen, assisted by the Rev.J. Mitchell, William Burllson, baker, Canning-street;
North Carlton, to Eliza, third daughter of the late Wm. Linklater, Kirbuster, Stromness, Scotland. Home papers please copy.
 
Linklater, Eliza (I39096)
 
11057 The Age Melbourne Sat. 17th July 1886; Rough- Miller - On the I8th June, at the residence of the bride's brother, Berwick, Victoria, by the
Rev. James Martin, John, eldest son of James Rough, Esq., Glasgow, Scotland, to Mary, third daughter of Peter Miller, Esq. late of Tasmania.
Mary Miller; Spouse Name: John Rough, Marriage Place: Victoria, Registration Place: Victoria, Reg Year: 1886. Registration Number: 2964
Mary Rough, Death Date: 1927, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Peter, Mother's name: Mary A
Registration Year: 1927, Registration Place: Waratah, New South Wales, Registration Number: 4223.
26 The Newcastle Sun Tuesday 11th January 1927, ROUGH.- Relatives and friends of Mr. John (Mills) Beckley and Family are invited to attend the funeral of their beloved sister-in-law and aunt, MARY ROUGH,- to be interred in Presbyterian Cemetery, . Sandgate, WEDNESDAY
MORNING, at 9.45 o'clock. Friends travel to Sandgate by train leaving Newcastle at 8.57 a.m. GILBERT BROS. & CO. LTD.. Funeral Directors.
 
Miller, Mary Ann Omond (I7302)
 
11058 The Age Melbourne Saturday 7th August 1886, Croy.- On the 30th July, at South Melbourne, after a short illness, James Croy, aged 52 years
Jas Croy, Birth Year: abt 1834, Age: 52, Death Place: South Melbourne, Victoria, Father's name: Wm, Mother's name: Elizabeth Unknown ??
Registration Year: 1886, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 10665.
James Croy, Spouse Name: Sarah Thornton, Marriage Place: Victoria, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Year: 1859, Reg Number: 3192
 
Croy, James (I36368)
 
11059 The Age Melbourne Thursday 19th April 1951; SKINNER. - On April I8 at her home, 29 Albert-street, Port Melbourne, Daphne Marguerite, dearly beloved wife of Herbert Skinner, devoted mother of Rita (Mrs Robichaud U.S.A.) Daphne ( Mrs. Norman) and Alfred, loving grandmother of Michael, Daphne, Charlene and Mary. In God's care.
SKINNER.- The Funeral of the late Mrs. DAPHNE MARGUERITE SKINNER will leave her home; 29 Albert-street, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY, at 1.45 p.m., proceeding to St. Joseph's Church, Port Melbourne, en route to Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton.
Daphne Marguerite Skinner, Birth Year: abt 1889, Age: 62, Death Place: Port Melbourne, Victoria, Father's name: Rendall
Registration Year: 1951, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 3973.
Standard Port Melbourne Saturday 12th July 1913; WEDDING. SKINNER-RENDALL.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church last Saturday week, the contracting parties being Mr. Herbert Skinner, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Skinner, of Sydney, and Miss Daphne Rendall, second eldest daughter of Mrs. Rendall, and the late Mr. John Rendall, of Port Melbourne. The bride, who was given away by her uncle (Mr. P.Freyer), was supported by four bridesmaids - the
Misses Alma and Eileen Rendall, Miss Leila Hewitt and Miss Nite Harvey (cousin of bride). ..
The bridegroom was supported by Mr. Clarence Skinner as best man.
A reception was afterwards held at the town hall. Miss Q. Rendall played the Wedding March as the bridal party entered. His Worsbip the Mayor
(Cr. Russell) presided, The honeymoon was spent at Healesville.
The Age Melbourne Monday 18th June 1951; Daphne Marguerite Skinner, late of 29 Albert-street,Port Melbourne, Married Woman, deceased. - After 14 clear days Daphne Eileen Norman (nee Skinner), of the same address, married woman, one of the executrlces appointed by the deceased's WILL, dated 9th October, 1942, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a GRANT of PROBATE of the said will, with leave reserved to Margaret Catherine (otherwise known as Rita) Robichaud (nee Skinner), of 4624 Sixtieth-street, Sacramento, California, married woman, the other executrix appointed by the said will, to come in and prove the same. W. E. PEARCEY & IVEY, Solicitors, 443 Little Collins-street, Melbourne.
 
Rendall, Daphne Marguerite (I38032)
 
11060 The Age Melbourne Thursday 5th June 1879
On the 4th June, at her residence, 14 Abbotsford-street West Melbourne, Margaret Wick Tait, relict of the late Robert Tait, of Deerness, Orkney, Scotland, aged seventy-three years.
 
Wick, Margaret Smellie (I32258)
 
11061 The Age Melbourne Thursday 8th March 1883; LENNIE. -On the 26th January, No. 7 Walker-street, Prahran, Annie, the beloved wife of Andrew Lennie, and eldest daughter of the late S. Petrie Omond, of Port Adelaide, S.A.
Annie Lennie, Birth Year: abt 1833, Age: 50, Death Place: Prahran, Victoria, Father's name: Omond Saml Petr, Mother's name: Annie Kirkness
Registration Year: 1883, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 2792
 
Omand, Ann (I36726)
 
11062 The Age Melbourne Tuesday 20th October 1953, RENDALL.- On October 19. at Brunswick, Rose Elizabeth,, dearly beloved wife of Wilfred (Bill ) Rendall, dearly loved mother of Keith, loved mother-in-law of Betty, darling nana of Joy and Russell. At rest.
RENDALL.- On October 19. . Rose Elizabeth, dearly loved slster-in-law of Dol and Harold Walker. Peacefully sleeping.
 
?, Rose Elizabeth (I38427)
 
11063 The Age Melbourne Tuesday 9th August 1932; WARRNAMBOOL.
Another representative of the early pioneer families, Mr. John Flett has died at the age of 85 years. His sister, Miss Isabella Flett, celebrated her 90th birthday a week ago.
FLETT - On the 6th August, at Warrnambool; John, youngest son of the late James and Isabella Flett, and loving brother of Isabella (Mrs Wm. Flett), late of Laen and Wangoom,aged 85 years. 
Flett, John (I32920)
 
11064 The Age Melbourne Wed 20 March 1878; GUTCHER -On the 8th inst., at Mount Moliagul, Jean Gutcher, sister of James Mowat, of the Sir Henry Barkly Hotel, Richmond, and Mrs Rivet, Williams-town, also Mrs. Harrop, Dunolly, aged 53 years. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. Scotch papers please copy. Mowat, Jane (I31053)
 
11065 The Age Melbourne Wed. 1st August 1885; Marwick.- In loving but sad remembrance of our dear son, Hugh Marwick, pharmaceutical chemist, who departed this life on the 1st August, 1885,.... Collingwood, aged 25 years; also our dear little grandson, George Alexander Yorston, who fell asleep 2nd August, 1884, aged 1 year 7 months. Gone, but not forgotten. While tears of grief are on our cheeks, And deeply we our loss deplore,
This hope to every mourner speaks, They are not lost, but gone before.
Hugh Marwick Birth Year: abt 1860 Age: 25 Death Place: Collingwood, Victoria Father's name: Hugh Mother's name: Margt Sinclare
Registration Year: 1885 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 8195
Fitzroy City Press Saturday 21st Nov 1885; PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST,
(LATE H. MARWICK AND Co.,) STANFORD BUILDINGS, SMITH.STREET, COLLINGWOOD. 4 doors from Johnston-street,
Mr. Booth is desirous of informing the residents of Fitzroy, Collingwood, and surrounding district, that he has succeeded to the business of the late Mr. Hugh Marwick, conducted at the above address. The Dispensing Department being under his personal management, and the Purest Drugs and Chemicals only being used, his clients may rely on having their Prescriptions and Family Recipes accurately dispensed.
Booth's Wind and Stomach Pills. Marwick's celebrated Brain and Nerve tonic.
The Argus Melbourne Monday 3rd August 1885 MARWICK.-On the 1st inst., at his late residence, No. 4 Stanford-buildings, Smith-street, near Johnston-street, Collingwood, Mr. Hugh Marwick, chemist, a native of Collingwood, and beloved third eldest son of Mr. Hugh and Margaret Marwick, sen., aged 25 years. New Zealand papers please copy.
 
Marwick, Hugh (I35657)
 
11066 The Age Melbourne Wednesday 7th August 1912; MUIR.- On the 6th August, at the residence of his sister, 390 Cardigan-street, Carlton, James, third eldest son of the late Stephen Muir, Fitzroy, and beloved brother of Stephen, William, John, Robert and David Muir (Wales, England), for many years with Messrs. Luxton (Jas. McEwan, McLean Bros. and Rigg). At rest.
 
Muir, James (I35662)
 
11067 The Age Melbourne Wednesday 9th July 1884;
Miller.- On the 8th July, at the residence of her son-in-law, J. C. Omand, Hotham-street, East Melbourne, Jane, relict of the late Peter Miller, aged 77 years, formerly of Kirkwall, Orkney. Orkney papers please copy.
Leader Melbourne, Vic. Saturday 12th July 1884. Miller.- On the 8th July, at the residence of her son-in-law, J. C. Omand, Hotham-street, East Melbourne, Jane, relict of the late Peter Miller, aged 77 years, formerly of Kirkwall, Orkney.
 
Spence, Jean (I6639)
 
11068 The Age Melbourne Wenesday 29th Nov 1939, SMITH.- On November 26, at Caritas Christi. Isabella, daughter of the late John and Catherine Smith, formerly of Portland, and loving aunt of Mrs. Alice Rendall, of 8 Campbell-grove, Hawthorn, aged 85 years,
Privately interred Melbourne General Cemetery 28th instant. Requiescat in peace.
 
Stanley, Alice Grace (I38115)
 
11069 The Age Melbourne, Vic. Wednesday 15th Feb 1939; DREVER.- In loving memory of our darling father, David Drever, passed away February 15, 1938, aged 74 years; also our darling mother, Elizabeth Ann Jane (Jinnie), died December 5, 1902. Reunited.They say that time can heal the wound,And teach us to forget,But time so far has only proved, How much we miss you yet.-Inserted by their loving children, Maggie,James, Isabella, David.
DREVER.- In loving memory of our darling grandfather who passed away February 15,1938; also our darling grandmother, passed away December 5, 1902. Dearly loved. A cheerful smile, a heart of gold,The dearest grandfather the world could hold. Chrissie, Jessie, Dorothy Jean Alen Sylvia; great grandchildren Shirley, Wally.
David Drever, Birth Year: abt 1864, Age: 74, Death Place: Port Melborne, Victoria, Father's name: James Drever, Mother's name: Jean Tait
Registration Year: 1938, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 1339
 
Drever, David (I33111)
 
11070 The Age Saturday 3rd Jan 1925; RENDALL - In sad and loving memory of our dear father, John Rendall, accidentally killed on Port Melbourne railway pier 3rd January, 1905; also our dear mother, Georgina Rendall, who passed away 25th July 1915, at Port Melbourne. R.I.P. We are thinking of you, dear father and mother, thinking of the past. Picturing you in the old home, As we will till the last. No one knows the silent heartache,Only those can tell Who have lost their father and mother Without a last farewell. - Inserted by their loving children.
 
Freyer, Georgina (I33739)
 
11071 The Areas' Express (Booyoolee, SA ) Friday 10 December 1909 Mrs. T. A. Thomas, whose death was recorded last week, was a daughter of the late Captain George Foulis, and was born at the Semaphore on August 14, 1873. She was educated first at Mrs. Wellsman's School, then at the Port Adelaide Model School, and subsequently at the Semaphore High School, of which Miss Wright, B. A., was principal. Learning painting at the School of Design and under Miss Hambridge, she became proficient in the art, and on two occasions judged in this section at the Church of England competitions. At the age of 14 years she became a member of the Port Adelaide Congregational Church, and for several years sang in the church choir. On the 5th of April, 1906, she was married to Mr. T. A. Thomas, and joined the Balaklava Methodist Church, of which Mr. Thomas is a trustee and an office bearer. Mrs. Thomas, who was never very robust, passed away at the Semaphore on Sunday, November 28, 1909. A memorial service will be conducted in the Methodist Church next Sunday evening by the Rev. F. B. Oldham.
Harriet was Married in Victoria, and lived only three years after that : Harriet Foulis Father's name: George Foulis Spouse Name: Thomas Albert Thomas Spouse's Father's Name: Thomas Thomas Marriage Date: 05 Apr 1906 Marriage Place: Malvern Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia Page Number: 74 Volume Number: 227
Name: Harriet Thomas Birth Year: abt 1873 Age: 36 Death Date: 28 Nov 1909 Death Place: Semaphore Residence Place: Balaklava
Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia Page Number: 100 Volume Number: 345
 
Foulis, Harriet (I45922)
 
11072 The Argus Melbourne, Saturday 21st November 1869;
TRANSFER of LAND STATUTE.-N0. 2597.MARGARET JOHNSTON, of Crook, in the parish of Rendall, in the county of Orkney, North Britain,spinster, has applied to bring the land described at the foot hereof under the above statute, and the Commissioner of Titles has directed notice of the application to be advertised in " The Argus" newspaper,and has appointed 14 days from such advertisement, after which time the land will be brought under the operation of the statute, unless a caveat shall be lodged forbidding the same.
Dated the 18th day of November, 1869. LAND REFERRED TO.
Tho southern half of Crown Allotment II, Section J,Melbourne, parish of North Melbourne, county of Bourke.
WILLIAM HENRY ARCHER.
Registrar of Tltles.
E. M. T. O'Halloran, solicitor, for the applicant, 41and 43 Queen-street, Melbourne.
1841, Evie, District: 2, Property No: 1 - Foulquoy
1,Thomas,Johnston,,,M,55,Farmer,Orkney
2,Isabella,Johnston,,,F,50,,Orkney
3,Christian,Johnston,,,F,25,,Orkney
4,Jean,Johnston,,,F,15,,Orkney
5,Jacob,Johnston,,,M,10,,Orkney
6,Margaret,Johnston,,,F,8,,Orkney
7,Georgina,Spence,,,F,2,,Orkney

1851, Rendall, District: 6, Property No: 10 - Crook
1,Thomas,Johnston,Head,Mar,M,69,Farmer of 130 acres empl 5 labs & 1 boy,Evie
2,Isabella,Johnston,Wife,Mar,F,62,,Evie
3,Jean,Johnston,Dau,S,F,23,,Evie
4,Jacob,Johnston,Son,S,M,20,,Evie
5,Margaret,Johnston,Dau,S,F,18,,Evie
6,Georgina G,Spence,Visitor,,F,12,Scholar,Evie
7,Mary,Johnston,Visitor,,F,4,,Evie
8,James,Hourston,Servant,,M,10,Errand Boy & Scholar,Evie
9,William,Swanston,Servant,,M,50,Drainer Labourer,Caithness, Thurso

1861, Rendall, District: 5, Property No: 28 - Crook
1,Thomas,Johnston,Head,Wdr,M,80,Farmer of 88 acres empl 1 Man,Evie
2,Jacob,Johnston,Son,S,M,31,,Evie
3,Jane,Johnston,Dau,S,F,34,,Evie
4,Margaret,Johnston,Dau,S,F,29,,Evie
5,Matilda,Hourston,Servant,,F,14,Domestic Servant,Evie
6,Jane,Hourston,Servant,,F,12,Domestic Servant,Evie
7,Charles,Halcrow,Servant,S,M,23,Ploughman,Rendall

1871, Evie, District: 4, Property No: 46 - North Wadds
1,Magnus,Johnston,Head,Wid,M,75,Farmer 4 acres,Evie
2,Margaret,Johnston,Niece,S,F,40,Housekeeper,Evie
3,Betsy,Tulloch,,S,F,20,General Domestic Servant,Shetland

1881, Evie, District: 3, Property No: 2 - Upper Damascul
1,Magnus,Yorston,Head,Mar,M,71,Joiner,Evie
2,Mary Ann,Yorston,Wife,Mar,F,44,,Evie
3,Magnus,Yorston,Son,,M,12,Scholar,Evie
4,Margaret,Johnston,Sister in Law,S,F,51,Annuitant,Evie
5,Eliza,Irvine,Visitor,S,F,31,Domestic Servant (age ?),Evie
 
Johnston, Margaret (I22330)
 
11073 The Argus (Melbourne Wed 23 April 1856;
On the 22nd inst., at the Misletoe Hotel, Melbourne,Mr. John Louttit, late of South Ronaldsay, Orkney, Scotland, aged twenty-one years, after a long and painful illness. 
Louttit, John (I22735)
 
11074 The Argus (Melbourne Friday 24th August 1934; Survivors of Terrible Voyage; Two Victorian Women
WARRNAMBOOL, Thursday. - Mrs.Peter Flett, of Jamieson street, Warrnambool, was a passenger by the fever-stricken ship Ticonderoga, to which reference was made in "The Argus" recently. Mrs. Flett, who is aged 88 years, was then a child of five - the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Robert Young, of Inverness, Scotland. She retains a clear recollection of the horrors of the voyage. The ship sailed from Liverpool In 1852 with about 800 passengers. "Yellow Jack" fever and typhus broke out, and by the time she reached Australia 100 persons had died. All the members of the Young family suffered from the fever and the effects of eating bad food. Another survivor of the plague ship is Mrs. M. Cameron, of Wareete, near Maryborough, who is now aged 93 years. She lost her father during the tragic voyage.
 
Young, Robert (I34037)
 
11075 The Argus (Melbourne) 28 Nov 1946; DEATHS MARKWELL.-On November 27. at her residence, 182 Richardson street, Albert Park, Ida May Markwell, dearly loved wife of William Joseph and loving mother of Ellen, Violet, and Ida, and loving grand mother of Robert and Douglas. -A wonderful wife and mother at rest.
Argus Melbourne Thursday 28th Nov. 1946 MARKWELL (nee Sneddon). - On November 27 at her residence, 183 Richardson street. Albert Park, Ida May, loved sister of William, Helen, James, and Andrew. Sister-in-law of Annie and Victoria. -At rest.
 
Sneddon, May Ida (I38089)
 
11076 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic Saturday 11th August 1934; DIAMOND WEDDING.; McWILLIAM-LOUTTIT. On the 11th August 1874 at the residence of the bride sparents Mortlake by the Rev. Wm. Hamilton John youngest son of the late Andrew, and Helen McWilliam, to Margaret Ann third daughter of the late John and Jane Louttit of Mortlake; Present address Willow Cottage Mortlake.
 
Louttit, Margaret Ann (I22892)
 
11077 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) Monday 10 September 1945 IRVINE.- On September 7, at St. Vincent's Hospital, David James Irvine, of 17 Little Collins street, Melb., husband of the late Barbara Irvine, and son of the late George and Margaret Irvine (late of Lake Rowan), aged 69 years.
 
Irvine, David James (I33483)
 
11078 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) Saturday 28 September 1935; BEEAC -The death occurred of Mr James Colin Irvine of Beeac at the age of 75 years
He was born at Ivanhoe.
Name: James Colin Irvine, Birth Date: Abt 1862 Birth Place: Heidelberg, Victoria Registration Year: 1862 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: George Irvine Mother: Isabella Mclaren Registration Number: 5539
The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Friday 27 September 1935 COLAC; The death has occurred of an old resident, of the Beeac district, Mr. James C. Irvine. He had lived in the district for nearly 60 years. He had been a road contractor for many years.
Beeac Cemetery; IRVINE Catherine, David IRVINE James Colin, Mary Ann.
Name: Jas Colin Irvine, Spouse Name: Anne Mary Donegan Marriage Place: Victoria Reg Place: Victoria Reg Year: 1892 Reg Number: 4648
 
Irvine, James Colin (I47564)
 
11079 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. Saturday 15th October 1927; LOUTTIT. -In sad and loving memory of our dear father and my dear husband, who passed away on the 3rd October, 1925.
A beautiful memory left behind
Of a loving father, so true and kind.
We have lost, but heaven has gained,
One of the best the world contained.
We know you have suffered pain, dear father,
It made us weep and cry
To think we could do nothing
As we slowly watched you die.
And all that is left for us, dear father,
Is to go and see your grave,
For in that we know you are sleeping,
The best father God ever made.
(Inserted by his loving wife and family, Mortlake.)
 
Louttit, James Moed (I22894)
 
11080 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. ) Wednesday 16 June 1954 BURLEY, Effie (Irvine). - On June 15 at a private hospital daughter of the late George and Sarah Elizabeth Irvine and beloved sister of Catherine (Mrs Fair), Henry M., Robert, Gertrude (Mrs Nevinson), Maggie (Mrs Groat), May, Elizabeth. Elsie (Mrs Groat). and Hilda (Mrs Thompson) and half sister of John T. and Mary E. (Mrs Willis) -Our darling at rest.
 
Irvine, Effie (I33492)
 
11081 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. 1848 - 1957) Saturday 27 October 1894 DOWLING.-On the 17th inst., at Portland, the wife of Norman Dowling -a son
THE Funeral of the late Mr. JOSEPH WARE will leave Jolimont-square, at 3 p.m. THIS DAY
The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 3 November 1894; Ware.-On the 25th ult., at Jolimont-square, Joseph Ware, of Minjah, Caramut, aged 74 years.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 20 August 1895; WARE.-On the 18th inst., at East Melbourne, Barbara Mary, relict of the late Joseph Ware, of Minjah Estate, Caramut, aged 65 years.
Wagga Wagga Express (NSW :) Saturday 16 February 1895; ESTATE OF THE LATE JOSEPH WARE. VALUED AT £155,000.
The will of the late Joseph Ware, of Minjah Station, near Caramut, Victoria, grazier, who died in Jolimont on 25th October, 1894, has been lodged for probate. The will is dated 26th March, 1886, and there are two codicils, dated respectively 14th April, 1890, and 28th May, 1890. The real estate is valued at £127,000, and the personal at £28,979. He directs that the sum of £10,000 is to be invested for the benefit of his wife during her life, and on her death the principal sum is to fall into, the residuary estate. This is to, be divided amongst his children, provision being made
that his two sons shall have, the option of purchasing the estate at a valuation.
 
Ware, Joseph (I47490)
 
11082 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Friday 25 April 1924; IRVINE.- In loving memory of our dear father, David Irvine, who died on the 24th April,1923; also our dear mother, Catherine Irvine, who passed away 12th June, 1891. (inserted by their sons and daughters.)
Name: David Irvine Spouse Name: Catherine Hetherington Marriage Place: Victoria Reg Place: Victoria Reg Year: 1879 Reg Number: 1770
David Irvine Birth Year: abt 1845 Age: 78 Death Place: Colac, Victoria Registration Year: 1923 Registration Place: Victoria Reg Number: 5245
 
Irvine, David (I47536)
 
11083 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 20 February 1915; FOUBISTER.-On the 19th February, 1915, at her residence, No 8 Brighton street, Richmond, Jane Halcrow A. Foubister, relict of the late Robert Foubister, beloved mother of Sarah and Richard, also of James Foubister, of Launceston, Tas.For ever with the Lord, Amen, so let it be.
 
Anderson, Jane Halcrow (I45540)
 
11084 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 8 April 1899 DOWLING. -On the 26th March, at Hatherley, Portland, the wife of Norman Dowling -a daughter.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Monday 15th August 1927, The death has occurred at Young (N.S.W.) of Dr. Norman Dowling at the age of 62 years. Dr. Dowling was born in Melbourne, and was educated at Sydney Grammar School. He was trained for his profession at St. Bartholomew' s Hospital, London. In 1892 he married Miss Kate Kitchen, a member of the family of Mr. John Kitchen, of Melbourne. Dr Dowling practised in Victoria at Portland, and Terang and came to Young about 1912. His first wife died in 1912. Dr. Dowling's second marriage was with Miss G. F.
Howell, daughter of the Rev. Canon Howell, of Young.( Her name was Gwendoline.)
Name: Norman Dowling Birth Date: Abt 1865 Birth Place: Fitzroy, Victoria Registration Year: 1865 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: John Tarspill Dowling Mother: Mary Ann Vines Registration Number: 14593
Name: Norman Dowling Spouse Name: Sandeman Cath Kitchen Marriage Place: Victoria Registration Place: Victoria Registration Year: 1892 Registration Number: 4175 ( Catherine Sandeman Kitchen. )
Name: Norman Dowling Spouse Name: Gwendoline F Howell Marriage Date: 1918 Marriage Place: New South Wales Reg Place: Goulburn, New South Wales Registration Year: 1918 Registration Number: 2785
U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S. Name Norman Dowling Gender Male Age 59 Birth Date abt 1865 Birth Country Australia
Arrival Date 9 Nov 1924 Port of Arrival Quebec, Canada Ship Name Ausonia Port of Departure Southampton, England Residence Country Australia Record Type Manifests Line Number 1 (showed Gwendoline as well )
1899? English Census: Name Norman Dowling Gender Male Age 25 Relationship Boarder Birth Year 1866 Birth Place Victoria, Australia
Civil parish Clapham Ecclesiastical parish St James Residence Place Clapham, London, England Registration district Wandsworth
Sub registration district Clapham ED, Institution or Vessel 31 Piece 443 Folio 141
 
Dowling, Norman (I47482)
 
11085 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 8 October 1942. MR G. W. DOWLING; Mr George Ware Dowling died at his home, Jellalabad, Darlington, where he was born 81 years ago. He was one of the oldest members of the Melbourne Cricket Club, and was in the MCC tennis team, which in 1886 established something of a record by winning every match and 429 games out of a possible 432. He was interested in racing and a good field shot. For 30 years he held the positions of trustee and treasurer of the Darlington Presbyterian Church. He was a widower.
 
Dowling, George Ware (I47395)
 
11086 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. Sat 16th June 1951; LOUTTIT.-In ever loving memory of my dear husband Archibald who passed away on June 17 1948 -Precious memories His loving wife.
LOUTTIT.-In loving remembrance of our dear father who passed away on June 17 1948-- Always in our thoughts; His loving family.
 
Louttit, Archibald (I22898)
 
11087 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. Saturday 14th December 1901; FLETT.-On the 9th December, at Warrnambool,
Isabella (Belle), late of Education department,Victoria, eldest daughter of the late Peter Flett, of Warrnambool.
 
Flett, Isabella (I34039)
 
11088 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Saturday 1 October 1887 DOWLING-BUTT.-On the 21st ult., at Numurkah, by the Rev. J. Youlden, William Gibson Dowling, of Forbes, N.S.W., to Fanny Medora, second daughter of J. W. S. Butt, of Numurkah.
William Gibson Dowling Spouse Name: Fanny Medora Butt Marriage Place: Victoria. Reg Place: Victoria Reg Year: 1887 Reg Number: 4150
The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW :) Monday 25 March 1946 MR. W. G. DOWLING. A link with the very early days of Forbes was severed on Wednesday night last, when there passed away, in the Forbes District Hospital, Mr. William Gibson Dowling, who on June 30 next would have attained his 90th birthday. A former stock inspector to Forbes P P. Board, Mr. Dowling retired from the service of the Board just on 20 years ago, and had retained his faculties in a particularly marked manner till a few weeks before his death. He became seriously ill about a week ago.
 
Dowling, William Gibson (I47473)
 
11089 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Thursday 27 January 1876 SOUTH RICHMOND SCHOOL of DESIGN, .........and that the school had been fortunate enough to secure, in competition with other technological schools, during the year, seven prizes, viz, the highest, for landscape from nature, Miss
Sarah Foubister
Bendigo Advertiser 1st july 1879 SPECIAL MONEY PRIZES. Juvenile Department. Sarah Foubister, Richmond, tree from nature in crayon, £3 3s.
Richmond Guardian Sat 22nd Dec 1917 MISS FOUBISTER Receivee PUPILS for DRAWING & PAINTING, SKETCHING FROM NATURE,
STILL LIFE, MODEL DRAWING (Private Lessons). Saturday Afternoon Class. STUDIO: ALLEN'S (Picture Frame Maker),
Corner of BRIDGE ROAD and LENNOX ST., RICHMOND, Prospectus on Application.
 
Foubister, Sarah (I45542)
 
11090 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Wednesday 18 December 1946 IRVINE. - In loving memory of Flight
Sgt. John Murray (Jock) Irvine, killed in an aircraft accident over Derbyshire, England, on December 18, 1944. loved son of Ellen and Robert Irvine, Lake Rowan ; brother of Kenneth ; Hilda (Mrs. Rodger), Margaret (Mrs. Waugh), and Norma; brother-in-law of Dorothy, Ern, and Norman.
 
Irvine, John Murray (Jock) (I47648)
 
11091 The Argus Friday 25th June 1920; WILLIAM SPENCE Deceased; If the children of William Spence, deceased, formerly of j Kirbuster,Birsay, Orkney, thereafter in Birkenhead , and latterly of Melbourne, will communicate with the subscribers, giving full particulars of their Identity, and of all members of William Spence's family, they will hear of something to their advantage. BROWN and LEASK, solicitors, Stromness, Scotland.
 
Spence, William (I34420)
 
11092 The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 20th June 1928; IN MEMORIAM.
HARCUS. -In loving memory of John Simpson, called home suddenly 20th June 1927, at Glasgow, while on a visit to his native land, loved and loving husband of Martha, and dear dad of John and James.
The saddest tales of life are told
When those we love are called away, But memory's book hath leaves of gold,
And love once loved is love alway, Oh, for a touch of the vanished hand
And a sound of the voice now still.
(Inserted by his loving wife, M. Harcus, and family, 'Orkney', Moama road, E. Malvern.
HARCUS. -In loving memory of Farvie, grandfather of Alice and Jackie.
The Age Melbourne Friday 20 June 1930
HARCUS.-- In loving memory of John Simpson, suddenly called home 20th June, 1927,at Glasgow, Scotland, loved and loving husband of Martha, and dear dad of John and James. Not far away,For unbroken is the golden chain of love; It is binding us still together on earth, And in heaven above.Oh for a touch of the vanished hand And a sound of the voice now still.--inserted by his loving wife, M. Harcus,and family, "Orkney," Moama-road, East Malvern.
HARCUS. - In loving memory of dear Farvie,grandfather of Alice and Jack Harcus. 
Harcus, John Simpson (I32539)
 
11093 The Argus Melbourne 4th July 1877; TAIT.-At his residence, Coventry-street east, Emerald hill, Mr. William Brass Tait, late of Stromness, Orkney, in the 55th year of his age.
 
Tait, William Brass (I32003)
 
11094 The Argus Melbourne Monday 27th May 1901, HARRISON.-On the 25th May, at Port Melbourne, Mary Jane, dearly beloved wife of Richard Harrison, and dearly beloved mother of J. H. Harrison, Bendigo, and Mrs. James Rendall, Port Melbourne, aged 81 years. A colonist of 59 years.
 
Henry, Mary Jane (I33738)
 
11095 The Argus Melbourne 13th November 1937, Divorce Petitions Granted : Percival Wilmer Rendall aged 47 years joiner of Kooyong road Armadale from April Hazel Rendall aged 43 years of Oban street St. Kilda on the ground of desertion. The parties were married on June 17 1915 at Brisbane there are two children.
Percival Wilmer Rendall, Birth Year: abt 1890, Age: 66, Death Place: Neerim, Victoria, Father's name: Weir David, Mother's name: Margaret Mckechnie, Registration Year: 1956, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 23840.
Death is recorded as taking place at " Neerim South" which is a separate town in South Gippsland, about 10 k away from Neerim :
The Argus Melbourne Thursday 29th November 1956; RENDALL. - On November 28, at his residence. Neerim South, Percival Wilmer (Harry) Rendall, beloved husband of Alice Maude. -Peace, perfect peace.
 
Rendall, Percival Wilmer (I38116)
 
11096 The Argus Melbourne Friday 14th March 1941; APPROACHING MARRIAGE; The marriage of Catherine Rose Fraser, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fraser, The Firs, Bannockburn, and Keith David Miller, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, Gowan Brae, Teesdale, will be celebrated at the Methodist Church, Bannockburn, to-morrow, at 3.
Argus Melbourne Tuesday 18th March 1941; MILLER-FRASER, The Methodist Church, Bannockburn, was the setting for the marriage of Catherine Rose Fraser, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fraser, of The Firs, Bannockburn, and Keith David Miller, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, of Gowan Brae, Teesdale, which was celebrated by Rev. R. Foulkes-Parry, of Shelford.
 
Fraser, Catherine Rose (I19490)
 
11097 The Argus Melbourne Friday 1st Sept 1950; RENDALL.-On August 30 at his residence 8 Campbell grove Hawthorn, Claude T Rendall beloved husband of Alice and dearly loved father of John (deceased) James, Jean (Mrs L Rubino) Nancy (Mrs C. Board) and Betty (Mrs H Fent) aged 62 years; So mote It be, RENDALL.- On August 30 at his residence 8 Campbell grove Hawthorn Claude loved father of James father in law of Edna, granddad of Joy and Robert -At rest RENDALL.- On August 30 at his home 8 Campbell grove Hawthorn Claude dearly loved father of Jeanne
(Mrs Rubino) father in law of Lou beloved papa of Jennifer and Pauline -At rest RENDALL. On August 30 at his home 8 Campbell grove Hawthorn, Claude, dearly loved father of Nan father-In law of Clyde and beloved papa of John and Judy -At rest, RENDALL - On August 30 at his
home 8 Campbell grove Hawthorn Claude dearly loved father of Betty (Mrs Fent) father-in law of Harold and papa of Helene.
 
Rendall, Claude Tasma (I38114)
 
11098 The Argus Melbourne Friday 20th Nov. 1903; TULLOCH-PORTER.--On the 21st October, at Donnotta. Caroline-street, South Yarra, by the
Rev. F. Barclay, Robert Morrow, eldest son of William Tulloch, Morwell, to Zilda, third daughter of Robert Parker, Maryvale-park, Morwell.
( Since the 1930s, there has been a large Paper Maufacturing plant at Morwell, known as the Maryvale Mill )
Robt Morrow Tulloch, Spouse Name: Mary Zilda Porter, Marriage Place: Victoria, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Year: 1903, Reg Number: 6836
The Australasian Melbourne Saturday 3rd Sept. 1904; TULLOCH.--On the 23rd August. at "Rhodesia" Morwell, the wife of Robert M. Tulloch--a son. Both doing well.
died at some point after 1950, the year in which both his wife, Zelda, and sister, Christina, died.
 
Tulloch, Robert Morrow (I32018)
 
11099 The Argus Melbourne Friday 29th July 1949; MILLER.-On July 26, at Wangaratta Community Hospital, Amy Miller, of Redgate, Cheshunt, loving wife of the late Peter, loving mother of Walter, Daisy (Mrs. Eckhoff), and Wilfred, and sister of Elizabeth, Martha, Agnes, John, Alex, and Harry, aged 74 years.
 
Clark, Amy (I6703)
 
11100 The Argus Melbourne Friday 9th July 1920 FIRTH.-On the 8th July, at "Orkney Farm," Somerville, Ann, the dearly beloved wife of the late William Firth; loving mother of Mrs. Bert Gomm, William, Maggie, Katie, and the late Mrs. Biggs; dearly loved sister of Mrs. C. Unthank, Mr. John Scott, and the late James Scott; aged 60 years.
 
Scott, Ann (I38485)
 

      «Prev «1 ... 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 ... 235» Next»


This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2018.